View Full Version : Knoppix boot with no flash disk bootable computer

02-27-2009, 03:11 PM
Hello everybody

I'm new in Linux but I like. I am using for Knoppix 6.0.1 on my all laptops. In Office and In home. I had a problem that my older computer in my office (laptop) has not bootable with flashdisk. But I wanted both, to use knoppix, to have a persistent image and to keep my older windows xp software and records. I found a solution.

Here is the solution.

I downloaded Knoppix 6.0.1 live cd image from official Knoppix Web site. I open this iso with isomaster. I deleted KNOPPIX folder from this iso. I saved as diffrent name this small new iso. I burned it a cd with K3B. And I copied KNOPPIX folder of original knoppix iso folder to flash disk with all. I select boot from CdRom option of my computer bios option and I started. Computer started with Knoppix Cd and continue flash disk. Because of its own look for and find KNOPPIX folder automaticaly. Its my most important experince as now. I want to share this my first post of this forum.

Good luck.